New Law Forces the Elderly to Give Up Their Licenses, Otherwise they Risk a Peaceful Execution
WASHINGTON – Congress passed a new law on Monday requiring everyone in the U.S. over the age of 65 to give up their driving license, otherwise, they’ll be executed.
The controversial law stems from the steady increase of seniors that are hitting random businesses and houses in recent years with their cars.
People over the age of 65 have a one-month grace period to schedule and give up their licenses. Anyone who does not comply within the one-month period will be taken from their homes and peacefully executed.
The law states that if they don’t comply and try to run, a member of their family will be executed in their place until the elderly person responsible comes back and accepts their fate.
While the elderly are in an uproar over this new law, many other people are saying it’s a fair trade-off if it results in lives being saved.